The list of scams




Let's start with the false investments

These sites offer clearly dementia yields.

Promise to double or more your investment per year? Have 10% per month? While these sites are already doubtful

They offer all the sponsorship

A good Ponzi requires new customers quickly, so they offer all sponsorships.

We pay for a service without value? suspect

Advertising and other stuff packs to pay to see commercials, do not dream.

guaranteed without risk and high yield investments?

No commercial speech should make us forget that there is no investment offering high returns with no risk

Accounting is non-existent

Still something fishy

Tax haven?

Not necessarily illegal, but often suspect even more if it n is not at least a desk + phone

And newspapers?

The partners are totally unknown? not the big names, ben Yes in scams person wants to be assimilated, so it is rarely a newspaper that talks about.

It sells financial product, but it is recorded anywhere?

yet a suspect trick

It moves quickly, too quickly

Seat change, server see squarely of social object quickly? Still really not clean something.

Recall of l´AMF published March 12, 2014

AMF cautions public against investment offers promising exceptional yields relying, visible or otherwise, on the establishment of a system of recruitment, membership or sponsorship. Very attractive appearance, these offers are dangling high gains that are unrealistic. They usually hide's actual scams for laundering money and in most cases, in some cases, loss of the placement of departure for the saver.

This type of installation can take various forms: trading on the Forex market (via an unauthorized FOREX platform), or mail order of goods or services. The goal for these companies is to continuously recruit new members added to existing members. The latter recruited bring new funds entering, which are partly donated to the former members to gain and maintain their confidence: this is what is called a pyramid. Media and internet in particular, neighbourhood, "word of mouth": recruitment may be done in various ways.

The device lasts as long as new recruitments are possible. When it collapses, sometimes quite rapidly, members typically lose the entirety of their bet in favour, often the single initiator and his accomplices.

The AMF calls savers to the utmost vigilance and invites them to:

  • Do not respond to this type of offers and do not relay them to third parties;
  • In the case of fraud, victims must file a complaint and provide all possible information to the competent judicial authorities (references for money transfers, identified contacts, addresses, emails or emails, etc.).

In General, the AMF advises investors to follow the following rules before any investment:

  • No commercial speech should make us forget that there is no investment offering high returns with no risk;
  • Learn about the legality of the financial intermediary that offers the product by consulting the list of the establishments authorized to operate in France ( > high-speed access > savings products approved (GECO)).

An intermediary not authorised is subject to criminal penalties.

To answer the questions and queries of savers, the AMF provides its site internet or the savings Info service 01 53 45 62 00 from Monday to Friday from 9 h to 17 h.
Institute for the financial education of the public (IEFP) provides investors with a presentation of systems of pyramid selling on its Web site:

Press contact:
Directorate of communication of the AMF – Caroline Zoutleeuw – Tel : + 33 (0) 1 53 45 60 39 or + 33 (0) 1 53 45 60 28True

You want to try telling you that you are willing to bet even money if you go lose it? Be aware that you may.

What you may actually

In addition to losing your money, there are much larger risks.

The attempt to gain money from abnormal and easy way, in particular leaving manipulate (social engineering), eventually lead to getting you ripped off (419 fraud…), does not make you a victim but an accomplice.

No person shall avail itself of his own depravity.

In a very good video documentary of the 05.02.2013 – facing the Internet mafia, there is, among other things, an interview of a woman sentenced for aiding and abetting active money laundering after being trapped in an engineering social operation.

But in addition, the pyramid (process says the "snowball" or the "silver chain") is prohibited in France since 1953 (Article L 122-6 of the Code of consumption 1 ° and 2 ° paragraphs). This text was supplemented by an act of 1 February 1995 (3 ° and 4 ° paragraphs) which specifies the prohibitions on sales channels. Since that date, a company which fails to comply with this regulation and allegedly illegal practices would be condemned.

Under French law, «it is forbidden to propose a person to collect memberships or to register on a list requiring her the payment of any consideration and in him doing hope financial gains resulting from a geometric progression in the number of persons registered or recruited» (art. L. 122-6 and art. L. 122-7 of the code of consumption) and "this prohibition is subject to penalties of fine or imprisonment. »

The correctional tribunal of Albertville for example sentenced to penalties of four to ten months in prison suspended 33 Savoyards who participated in a money game akin to a Ponzi pyramid, was learned from the Prosecutor's office.

These sentences for fraud, was accompanied by fines between 4,500 and € 20,000. Four other defendants were fined with simple fines.

Penalties for the offence of fraud

First of all, it should be recalled that the prescription of the scam is acquired after a period of three years from the day of the return of the coveted thing.

The maximum penalties for fraud are:

-For natural persons: 5 years ' imprisonment, €375,000 fine and ban or confiscation of certain rights.

-For legal persons: €1.875.000 fine as well as the penalties provided for in article 131-39 of the criminal code.

The attempt is punishable by the same penalties.

The penalties are raised to seven years in prison and €750,000 fine when the scam is carried out:

-By a person vested with public authority or a public service mission, in the exercise or on the occasion of the exercise of its functions or its mission (article 313-2 – 1 ° of the criminal code);

-By a person who unduly takes the quality of a person vested with public authority or responsible for a public service mission (article 313-2 – 2 ° of the criminal code);

-By a person who appealed to the public to the issue of securities or for fundraising purposes for humanitarian or social assistance (section 313-2 – 3 ° of the criminal code);

-To the detriment of a person whose particular vulnerability, due to his age, illness, infirmity, physical or mental disability or a State of pregnancy, is apparent or known perpetrator (article 313-2 – 3 ° of the criminal code).

The penalties are raised to ten years in prison and €1,000,000 fine where fraud is committed in organized band.

This want to say that if sponsor you what-qu´un you are liable of Delia d´escroquerie is organized band, if this bleaching is.

Custody can be extended "as an exceptional measure" up to 96 hours, a search outside of legal hours (after 9 pm and before 6 a.m.), wiretaps or video recordings made without the knowledge of the persons concerned.



Money laundering


Money laundering is to conceal funds from illegal sources (drug trafficking, theft, fraud (including pyramid selling), selling weapons, robbery, tax evasion,…) by reinvesting them in legal activity (real estate, restoration, etc.). IT

The objective of the author of money laundering is to facilitate the false justification of the origin of these sums to the authorities. In practice, money-laundering "dirty money" may appear in the form of different mechanisms, as for example the establishment of false invoices between several companies.


In France, money laundering is punishable under article 324-1 of the penal Code which provides for a sentence of 5 years in prison and a fine of € 375 000. This sanction may be increased in some cases. For example, the penalty is increased to 10 years imprisonment and 750000 euro fine in two cases: when money laundering is committed habitually or by using the facilities provided by the exercise of a professional activity and when it is committed in organized gang. For a complete point on penalties, see articles of the penal Code concerning simple laundering and aggravated laundering.

Of more, specifically to the pyramids:

French law, by article L122-6 of the Code of consumption, banned pyramid schemes because it prohibited: the violation of this prohibition is, at the end of article L122-7 of the same code, punishable criminally liable to a maximum fine of 4,500 euros and/or imprisonment for one year. The offender may be, in addition, sentenced to reimburse those clients that will not be met, the sums paid by them.

The most famous simple pyramid schemes, include chains of gifts (we invite you to make a donation and to rotate the chain), or even systems of Cavalry (financial montage in which the capital of the new entrants is used to pay interest to earlier investors).

Famous cases

Ponzi: died in misery

Madoff: sentenced to 150 years in prison

Get easy, 300 000 vistimes sponsors continued see also and

Other pyramids: prison for participating

The largest history 21/02/2016 nearly 1 million Chinese were victims of a financial scam on a platform of loans between individuals for 7.6 billion.

and for those who have forgotten to declare earnings

Tax fraud is to escape or attempt to escape the tax by any means. The author of tax evasion can be apply tax and criminal penalties. The fact of hiding income or taxable property exposes you to tax penalties. Answer the subsequent questions and answers will be displayed automatically you are the author of a tax fraud if you deliberately use some methods to escape or attempt to escape, partly or completely, to the tax. As such, are considered as fraudulent behaviour:

  • a deliberate Declaration, failure
  • a voluntary concealing of property or income subject to tax,
  • the Organization of insolvency,
  • more generally, any manoeuvre aimed at obstructing the recovery of tax.

If the IRS detects fraudulent behavior, it can initiate criminal proceedings after the opinion of the commission of tax offences. Regardless of the tax penalties, the author of tax evasion is liable:

  • €500,000 fine
  • and 5 years ' imprisonment.

These sentences are increased to €2 000 000 fine and 7 years ' imprisonment when the acts were committed in organized band or grace to:

  • the opening of accounts or the purchase of contracts with organizations established abroad.
  • the interposition of persons or bodies established abroad, screen
  • the use of a false identity from false documents (or any other false),
  • a direct debit or a fictitious or artificial act abroad.

An intermediary not authorised is subject to criminal penalties.

If the company does not have the permissions to sell financial products.

Other risks

You are also sure to lose your job (yeah your boss does not keep a known crook) and as there is a folder in the criminal records, many professions are prohibited.

With a hole of 10 year on the CV, it will be difficult to find a job.

Do not forget that it is the loser of the trial that pays lawyers of the winner (see

  • If you want that your opponent will reimburse these costs, must be that your lawyer requested at the trial. Indeed, instead costs, for which the judge pronounces, it shall consider the question of justice fees if counsel requested expressly in respect of article 700 of the Code of civil procedure.
  • If you are prosecuted before the criminal judge, you may be ordered to pay the victim costs counsel or bailiff that she incurred to defend (art. 475-1 of the Code of criminal procedure).


Types of fraud

Lotteries, sweepstakes and contests

Many Canadians consume large amounts to claim prizes that do not exist.

Be on the lookout

To win a prize or a sum of money in a lottery, you must register, or someone must have done it on your behalf. If this isn't the case, you cannot have been chosen at random.

You will sometimes be asked to provide your Bank and personal information to claim your prize. You should never have to pay anything to claim a legitimate prize.

Do not be seduced by fraudsters who claim that their offer is legal or approved by the Government. Every dollar sent to a fraudster is a lost dollar. Your personal information may also be used for the wrong purposes.

In this type of scam, you will be notified on the phone, by email, by text message or on the screen of your computer that you have won a prize or a competition. You often have to pay to claim your prize, and when you receive one, the latter does not always meet had promised you.

These scammers get rich by asking you to dial their tariffed or texting to claim your prize. These calls can be very expensive. Attention! They will keep you for a long time on the phone or will ask you to dial different numbers tariffed.


You don't have to pay anything to claim a prize as part of a legitimate lottery.
Be careful
Don't send never money to someone you don't know and in whom you have no confidence.
Don't give bank details to someone you don't know and in whom you do not have confidence.
Carefully consider all the terms of an offer. There are often hidden costs. The cost of calls or texting could book you all a surprise.
Posez‑vous issues
Do I entered a contest? You can't win a prize in a contest in which you are not enrolled.

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Pyramid sales

Pyramid sales promise attractive returns at low cost. They are illegal, very risky and could cost you.

Be on the lookout

In a pyramid scheme type, we invite gullible investors to pay high membership fees in order to achieve significant profits. To recoup your investment, you have only one option: convince other investors. People are often recruited by friends or relatives. But there is no guarantee that you will be able to recoup your initial investment.

Although these scams are well disguised, they aim to recruit investors rather than to sell products or provide legitimate services. These pyramids eventually collapse and you could lose everything. In Canada, promote a pyramid system, and even participate in, is a crime.

Ponzi chains are based on pyramid systems. They aim to attract investors in good faith by offering them a rate of return short-term abnormally higher than other investments or unusually stable. The fraudster establishes a direct link with all investors, and managed to convince most of the participants to reinvest their money. Thus, the constant influx of new players is not as important as in a pyramid scheme.

Be careful, but don't dismiss necessarily all the business opportunities based on commissions. There are many methods of multilevel marketing that allow you to earn an honest income by selling products or legitimate services.


It is often the parents and friends who lead you towards the pyramid or a Ponzi scheme. They are sometimes unaware that these schemes are illegal or that themselves are involved in a fraud.
Be careful
No commitments in a context of pressure sales.
Never take a decision without do a search on the offer in question and ask for objective advice.
Research on opportunities of business that interest you.
Posez‑vous issues
If I don't sell a real product or service, is that my participation in this activity is legal?

Money transfer requests

Money transfers fraud are rising. Be careful when someone offers you money to transfer funds. If you send money, you may never see him again.

Be on the lookout

Nigeria fraud (also known as 419 fraud) is on the rise since the beginning of the 1990s to the Canada. Even if most of the frauds of this kind are of Nigerian origin, several parts of the world (especially in other parts of Africa, parts of Asia and the West) followed this example. We hear more and more 'fraud on the payments in advance.

In a case of fraud on Nigeria classic, you receive a letter or email you asking for your help to transfer a large sum overseas. We offer you a share of this amount if you agree to provide your bank details to facilitate the transfer. You are then asked to pay all kinds of fees before you receive your "reward". Of course, you will never receive your share and will never get back the fee paid.

Alternatively, you can receive an email of a lawyer or a representative of a bank that you informs one of your distant relatives died and left you a lot of money. The scenario of the fraudsters is sometimes so convincing that you accept to produce your personal documents and bank details to confirm your identity and claim your inheritance. This 'legacy' is often fictional and you may lose all amounts paid to the fraudster, but you could also be a victim of identity theft.

If you or your company sell products or services online or in the Classifieds, you might be covered by the fraud of the overpayment. In response to your ad, you get a generous offer from a buyer, and you accept it. This last then sends you a cheque or money order, but the sum is greater than the agreed price. The buyer you will explain that it is a mistake or invent an excuse, for example that the surplus was intended to cover shipping costs. If you are asked to refund the difference in making a transfer, beware! The fraudster hopes you will transfer the funds before realize you that the check is a fake. Thus, you lose the amount transferred and the shipment.


If someone asks you to transfer funds, it's probably a fraud.
Be careful
Never send money, banking data or data related to your credit card to a person you know and that you do not have confidence.
Do not accept cheques or warrants whose sum is greater than the prixconvenu. Return the document to the buyer and ask you to return the exact fee before delivering the articles or provide services.
See the Canada anti-fraud Centre Web site to protect yourself against this type of fraud.
Posez‑vous issues
Is it really safe to transfer money to someone I don't know?

Fraud on the Internet

Many frauds on the Internet are committed without the knowledge of the victim. You can avoid these fraud by taking a few basic precautions.

Be on the lookout

The scammers have used the Internet to defraud their victims, including through spam. Even if they don't get that some answers to the millions of emails sent, the game still worth the effort. Avoid answering these emails, even to "unsubscribe", because it indicates the scammers that your address is valid.

Consider a spam any message received from a sender you don't know, that is not directed to you directly, and that promises you an advantage any.

Malware, also appelesmaliciels, spyware, keystroke recorders software, Trojans, are a threat to your safety. Scammers are trying to install the software on your computer to access your files and other personal information.

To achieve this, fraudsters have many tricks in their bag. They will make you click on a link in spam or you will draw to a fake Web site designed to infect the computer of unwary users.

Phishing is to fool you so that you will pass your personal and banking information to fraudsters. The emails may look legitimate, but official organizations, such as Government or banking institutions, will never ask you to send your personal information in an email.

Fraudsters can easily copy the logo or even all of the website of an official organization. Do not assume that the e-mail is legitimate. If you are asked to go to a site to "update" or "validate" your information, be on your guard.

Delete these phishing emails. They may contain viruses. Never open attachments and do not click on links.

Auctions and online shopping you can sometimes bargains, but they also attract fraudsters.

These can get you out of the online auction site. They inform you as the winner of an auction withdrew and article for which you made an offer is yours. Once you have paid, the fraudster disappears into nature and the auction site will not be able to help you.


If you make purchases or if you participate in online auctions, learn about refund and dispute policies. Also, check the amount of the invoice. You can use an escrow service, such as PayPal, which holds your payment and the pays to the seller when you have received the good purchased. A small fee will be charged. A bank or a legitimate financial institution will never ask you to click a link in an email or transmit your banking information by e-mail or on a Web site.
Be careful
Never buy a bidder not listed on auction sites, and be sure to always do your shopping on real websites. Never give your personal data, banking or related to your credit card, unless you are convinced of the legitimacy of the site.
Don't reply to spam, even to unsubscribe, never click on links and do not dial phone numbers they contain. Install protection software or ask the advice of a specialist.
If you are offered a product that interested really in an e-mail or a message flash, make sure you understand all the terms of purchase and costs before making a purchase and to send your data.
Posez‑vous issues
By opening a suspicious e-mail, do I threatens the security of my computer? Is that the contact information provided is accurate? Call your bank or financial institution to be sure.

Cell phone fraud

Cell phone fraud are difficult to recognize. Be wary of people who talk to you as if they knew you and avoid unknown redial. The Bill could be salty.

Be on the lookout

Ringtone fraud are to attract you with low-cost or free ringtone offers. However, by accepting the offer, you subscribe to a service that continues to send ringtones and does not hesitate to charge you. There are many legitimate companies that sell ringtones, but scammers will hide you the true costs of their offer.

Either the fraudsters fail to tell you that this first offer hiding a subscription to a service of ringtones, these details are drowned in a sea of fine print. Also, fraudsters don't easier you not to put an end to the service: you must take active measures to get out you of this bad.

In missed calls fraud, fraudsters make up your number, but do not let you the time to answer the call. You will not recognize the number appearing on your device. If you redial and it is a fraud, charges will apply without your knowledge.

Text message fraud work on the same principle. Scammers send you a text message from a number you don't recognize. However, the message appears to be from a friend, for example: "Hi!" It's Paul. I came back. Is that can we meet? "If you answer by curiosity, fees may apply for each text (sometimes up to $4 for each message sent or received).

Fraud of contest or quiz by text message come in the form of a text message or an advertisement inviting you to participate in a contest to win a prize. You have to correctly answer a few questions. The fraudsters then charge you very high fees for each message sent and received. Generally, the first questions are very easy. We thus encourage you to continue to play. However, the last questions that you need to answer to claim your prize are very difficult, and it is sometimes even impossible to find the right answer.


Text 'STOP' to stop sending unwanted messages and terminate a subscription.
Be careful
Never respond to messages that offer free ringtones and recompose ever numbers you don't recognize.
Reflechissezne dial not numbers 1‑900, and don't send text messages to these numbers, unless you know the costs and conditions related to the sending of short codes.
Read carefully all the terms of an offer. Offered free or low-cost products often offer a surprise.
Posez‑vous issues
I plan to take a subscription, but is that I know how to cancel it?

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Medical or health-related fraud

Fraudsters take advantage of human suffering. They offer solutions 'miracles' or promise to simplify complex treatments.

Be on the lookout

The fraud of miracle cures offer a wide range of products and services that seem legitimate and promising a fast and effective treatment for serious health problems. These treatments are allegedly useful for all kinds of diseases, as can attest some people that need their 'cure' to those products or services.

Weight loss fraud promise effortless considerable weight loss, or almost. They are based on a diet of unusual or very limited, revolutionary exercises or devices that burn the fat, or products such as pills, creams or stamps. We made false promises, for example "lose 10 pounds in 10 days" or "lose weight in your sleep." In return, you will have to pay a substantial advance or enroll in a program long term.

Fake online pharmacies are using Internet and spam to sell medicines at low cost or without a doctor's prescription. If you use this type of Pharmacy and that you receive the products ordered, there is no guarantee that they are authentic.

There are legitimate online pharmacies. They display their complete contact information on their site and require a valid prescription before ship you your medication.


There are no pills or cures miracles for serious health problems or a rapid weight loss.
Be careful
No commitments in a context of pressure sales.
Beware of unproven claims to drugs, supplements or other treatments. Consult a health care professional.
Check if the claims of the proponents are true by consulting medical publications.
Posez‑vous issues
If it is really a miracle cure, why my doctor do me in has not spoken?

Fraud of the "need for urgent money.

These fraudsters are grandparents and take advantage of their emotion to steal them.

Be on the lookout

In the scenario type of fraud of the 'urgent money need', a sponsoring receives a call from a fraudster who is impersonating one of his grandchildren. He says be in trouble and need money immediately. In general, it is question of an accident, difficulties experienced to return to the country and a need of urgent money for his bail.

You might get the call from two people, one claiming to be your grandchild or your grandson, and the other claiming to be police or lawyer. Your 'grandson' questions during the call to bring you to spontaneously disclose personal information.

Fraudsters insist that the other members of the family are not aware of their situation. They will ask you to transfer funds. Often, victims don't realize their mistake only after sending the money.

In some cases, the fraudsters claim to be a former neighbor or a friend of the family, but in general, this type of fraud speaks directly to the grandparents.


Fraudsters rely on the fact that you act quickly to help a loved one.
Be careful
Don't send never money to someone you don't know and in whom you have no confidence. Before you help someone, make sure you have checked his identity.
Don't give any personal information to the caller.
Ask questions that only a person in your family can answer. Call the parents or the child's friends to check out his story.
Posez‑vous issues
Is the story we're telling me credible?

Dating fraud

Despite the large number of legitimate dating sites in the Canada, there are many frauds relating to these services, say 'romantic '. They push you to let your guard down by appealing to your compassion and your desire to meet your soulmate.

Be on the lookout

In some of these so-called 'romantic' scams, scammers create a Web site where you pay for each email or message received and sent. They maintain your interest by sending you vague messages where it is question of love and desire. They can also send you emails where they describe their country or their city of origin, descriptions that are obviously unverifiable. So you stay "hooked" and you continue to pay to use the Web site of the fraudster.

Even on a legitimate site, you can be approached by a fraudster. Sometimes it's people claiming to be desperate or have a very ill parent (these fraudsters often claim to be from Russia or Eastern Europe). After have sent you a few messages, and sometimes even a very convincing picture, they ask (subtly or directly) to send them money. Some scammers will try even to meet you, hope you to give them money or gifts. Then, they disappear in the wild.

In other cases, fraudsters send you flowers or small gifts to be closer to you and be your friend. Then, they talk of a large sum of money they need to transfer out of their countries or that they wish to share with you. They ask for your bank or money to pay administrative costs required to release this sum.


Check carefully the Internet addresses. Scammers often set up fake sites whose address is similar to that of real dating sites.
Be careful
Never send money, banking or data related to your credit card to a person you do not know and that you do not have confidence.
Never give out your personal information in an e-mail or when you chat.
Make sure you attend that recognized and legitimate sites.
Posez‑vous issues
Why a person I have ever met me declarerait‑elle his love after only a few letters or emails?

Charities-related fraud

These fraudsters take advantage of generosity and goodness of people asking them to donate to a fake charity or claiming to represent a true Agency.

Be on the lookout

Scammers involved in fraud to charities raise funds claiming to represent a real charitable organization. They may approach you on the street, at home, on the phone or on the Internet. The emails and collection boxes even sometimes wear the logo of legitimate organizations.

Often, fraudsters take advantage of a recent natural disaster or famine reported in the news. Others claim to help sick children.

They can exert pressure to compel you to make a donation and refuse to provide you with details about the organization that they represent, such as address and contact details, or give you false information.

These scammers fly you, but they deprive also of the causes and legitimate agencies of your precious gifts. All charitable organizations registered in the Canada are governed by the Canada Revenue Agency and stored in a database. You can also contact your local better business bureau to get information on the organizations that interest you. If the organization is legitimate and you want to make a donation, get its coordinates in the telephone directory or on a trusted Web site.

If you don't want to donate, or if you like gifts that you have already paid to the charities of your choice, simply ignore letters and emails, hang up or say no to the canvassers. You are not required to give.


If you have doubts about those who ask money, give them nothing: no money, no bank or related data to your credit card.
Be careful
Never give personal information, Bank or data related to your credit card on the phone, unless it's you who have contacted the Agency and only if the number is from a trustworthy source.
If in doubt, contact the Organization to donate or to offer your support.
See the database of the Canada Revenue Agency to ensure the legitimacy of the organization that approached you.
Posez‑vous issues
How and to whom souhaiterais‑je make a contribution?

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Employment-related fraud

Employment-related fraud are people who are looking for work. Scammers promise, and sometimes even guarantee, enticing an income without effort.

Be on the lookout

Work from home fraud are often advertised in spam or ads online or in the newspaper. In the majority of cases, it is not real offers employment, but rather of stratagems designed to launder funds or to lure you into a pyramidal channel.

You may receive an e-mail in which you are offered a job and asks you to provide your account number to transfer and receive funds from a foreign company. You can also sign up to test the services of a transfer of money or check cashing business. For each transferred payment, the scammers promise you a commission. Most of the time, they are interested only in your banking details. They may also send a fake check and ask you to deposit it and transfer a portion to a funds transfer service.

In employment or guaranteed income fraud, scammers guarantee you a job or a certain income. They communicate with you by spam and promise to pay you a certain amount to establish a "business plan" and purchase computer equipment.

Other fraud take opportunities like business. You will be asked to make a first payment (to pay for an item that does not work or different from what you expected) or to recruit other participants (see pyramid systems).


There is no shortcut to riches – the only to enrich themselves are scammers.
Be careful
Never send your bank details to someone you don't know and in whom you do not have confidence. If you cash a fake cheque, the Bank could keep you accountable.
Don't take no decision without studying the offer carefully. Get objective advice before acting.
Beware of schemes that promise you a guaranteed income or jobs for which you must pay or transfer funds. Make sure that franchise offers are legitimate.
Posez‑vous issues
Do I have all the details in writing before you pay or sign anything?

Small business fraud

Fraud aimed at small businesses come in various forms: invoices for advertising, directories that have never been ordered or even questionable supplies offers.

Be on the lookout

Operators of small businesses and people who own a website sometimes receive letters warning them that their domain name is almost expired and must be renewed, or offering them a new similar to their domain name. These offers can be confusing.

If you have registered a domain name, check carefully your invoices or renewal notice. Even if the advice is real, it can also come from another company that wants to have you as a customer, or a fraudster.

  • Make sure that the renewal notice exactly matches your domain name. Be on the lookout for small differences: e.g.. ".com" instead of ".ca" or even the missing letters in the URL address.
  • Make sure that the renewal notice comes from the company with which you have registered your domain name.
  • Check the real expiry date of your domain name.

Under directories or unauthorized advertising fraud, scammers charge a company for inclusion in a directory or for advertising.

The nomination is often disguised as update an existing subscription. Fraudsters can also trick making you believe that you meet a free registration offer, while in fact a payment you will be charged later.

Fraudsters can also call companies asking them to confirm the details of an already booked advertisement. To be more convincing, they mention a real advertisement or a real entry in a directory already paid by your company.

Beware of purchase orders that offer you advertise in business directories. These are often similar to those of genuine sellers of advertising, but these are fake.

In the fraud of office supplies, you receive goods you have not ordered, as well as an invoice.

This is usually of goods and services that you usually order: paper, cartridges of ink, cleaning products or advertising.

A person who falsely pretends to be your "supplier" will call for you to enjoy a "special" or "limited time", or to confirm your address or your order. Usually offered products are of poor quality and more expensive.


Make sure that employees who deal with the bills or answer calls are informed of these frauds. It is to them that will address the fraudsters. Make sure that the goods or services have been ordered and delivered before paying an invoice.
Be careful
Never give information about your company, unless you know what will this information.
Never accept a proposal of business on the phone – ask for a version of the offer in writing. Limit the number of employees who have access to the funds of the undertaking or the power to approve purchases.
You can prevent these frauds by applying effective procedures related to verification, payment and the management of accounts and invoices.
Posez‑vous issues
If someone says that I have ordered an item or authorized a purchase and I have my doubts, not should I not ask for proof?

Fraud related to a range of services

Many Canadians are the target of fraudsters who offer discounts for various services.

Be on the lookout

Scammers usually offer you services in the areas of telecommunications, Internet, electricity and health care finance. It can also be extended warranties, insurance and door-to-door sales.

In this category, the two most often reported frauds are those pertaining to the antivirus software and the reduction in the rate of interest on credit card.

Specialists antivirus scammers promise to fix your computer over the Internet, which requires the installation of software or permission to access your computer remotely. You must pay by credit card.

Download a software from an unknown source or allow someone to access your computer remotely risky. Scammers use malware to enter different personal information, including your name of user and passwords, bank account information, etc.

Everyone loves a bargain, and scammers know it. In the case of interest rate reduction fraud, scammers pretend to be representatives of a Bank and claim to negotiate with credit card companies to reduce your interest rate. They promise you a fabulous savings. They add that this offer is valid for a limited period only and that you must act quickly.

You may receive an automated call in which you will be asked to press '1' and provide your personal information such as your date of birth and credit card number. You will be asked to pay for the service in advance. Fraudsters use this information to make purchases or get cash advances with your card.


Only your service provider can offer you a better price for its own services.
Be careful
Beware of calls from people whose offers are "for a limited time.
Do not give your credit card to the phone number, unless it's you who called and only if the number is from a trustworthy source.
If someone claims to represent your bank, call your bank to make sure the offer is legitimate.
Posez‑vous issues
By providing this information, I take a risk for my safety?

Tax havens

In a simplified way, a tax haven is a place where the tax is very
little or no. To lure you, some scammers offer to y
investing. They tell you that it's legal but you should not say,
because the Government would change the law to close the breach of the system.
It is not illegal to invest abroad. However, it is illegal to not
report the income and gains on these investments. If a person
is ready to help you bypass the laws so that you pay less
tax, she could not feel any guilt to save himself with
your money!
In fact, the fraudster has not chosen the tax haven randomly.
It has investments in a country for which it is practically
impossible for organizations that apply the laws to trace the
You read stories that suggest you that the value of a title
will increase significantly. The title in question sells on the
platforms such as Over-the-Counter (OTC Markets) or Pink Sheets.
You receive information on discussion forums, on the media
social and through press releases. You buy it
title as several other investors, which actually increase the
price. You just wait for the value of the stock increases
even more as planned. Error! This is the value of the title falls
suddenly to almost nothing. You've lost everything. That's happened?
Since securities are illiquid, a single buyer can make
significantly increase the price of the security. The reverse is also true:
a single seller can quickly diminish the value of the title. Them
fraudsters have a large amount of securities that you
purchased. They obtained them at very low prices and you sell
very expensive. So you pay much too expensive for titles that don't
worth nothing. The company you have invested in is often a
empty shell: it has no assets. You are so
with an investment worthless.

The promotion of sale of securities (pump and dump)

You read stories that suggest you that the value of a title
will increase significantly. The title in question sells on the
platforms such as Over-the-Counter (OTC Markets) or Pink Sheets.
You receive information on discussion forums, on the media
social and through press releases. You buy it
title as several other investors, which actually increase the
price. You just wait for the value of the stock increases
even more as planned. Error! This is the value of the title falls
suddenly to almost nothing. You've lost everything. That's happened?
Since securities are illiquid, a single buyer can make
significantly increase the price of the security. The reverse is also true:
a single seller can quickly diminish the value of the title. Them
fraudsters have a large amount of securities that you
purchased. They obtained them at very low prices and you sell
very expensive. So you pay much too expensive for titles that don't
worth nothing. The company you have invested in is often a
empty shell: it has no assets. You are so
with an investment worthless.

To avoid this fraud, ask yourself what people earn at
give you tips on investments. Take care, including
before investing on platforms Over-the-Counter (OTC Markets)
or Pink Sheets. Ask yourself the following questions:
• Do you understand the characteristics, risk, liquidity
and the potential return of the society in which you
are looking for?
• The information to which you have access on this company
is it reliable?
Have • you consulted the audited financial statements of this company?
• Have the cash?
Is • she very indebted?
• Have income?
Is • profitable?
• Since when is it active?
Was • able to market its products or services?
• Who are the officers and directors of the company?
• What is your risk tolerance?
Can • you afford to lose your bet?

The pessimistic rumors

This is the reverse of previous fraud. Here, the fraudster circulated
information that suggests that a little liquid title could drop
much and to sell it. Victims are selling the title, which
dropped its course quickly. The fraudster took the opportunity then to
buy it at a low price.

Investments sold without a prospectus (beware I jumped voluntarily chapter phishing or fraud on the Web)

8. Fraud RRSP or strategies of borrowing on the RRSP or other legal document.

It can also be a locked-in retirement account (LIRA), a pension plan or other recorded amounts.
Are you likely to invest in this investment?
• Your money has never invested in the investment to the incredible production rate.
You may have instead invested in a company which is worthless or belongs to the fraudster.
Your $50,000 are lost. In addition, placement is not eligible for the RRSP, unlike what you were told the fraudster.
• The Canada Revenue Agency would send you a notice telling you that you withdrew funds from your RRSP and that you have not paid the applicable tax. You will have to pay the corresponding taxes, even if you have been a victim of fraud.
• To pay back taxes, you may lose the $30,000 so generously offered by the fraudster.
• To conclude, the only winner is the fraudster who has
harvest the tidy sum of $20,000 ($50,000 – $30,000).
The amounts you withdraw from your RRSP, LIRA or pension funds are
Indeed taxable.
Take care when you are made fantastic promises. When
It's too good to be true: it is probably the case.
There are several variations to this fraud. For example, some
scammers will tell you to get your money out of your RRSP without
pay tax, you must first transfer your RRSP at one
"online broker" (at a discount broker). To give credibility
in their scheme, fraudsters may let you choose the broker
you prefer. They will then ask your passwords
to access your accounts by saying they're going to manage them for
you. The fraudsters will then use this information to empty your
accounts as soon as they have the opportunity.
Attention! Some scammers ask to sign powers of Attorney
supposedly to make you offers that seem interesting.
In fact, they use these proxies to empty your account.
Be on your case to not lose your business!

9. Telemarketing fraud

You receive a phone call from a stranger who offers
to invest in an exceptional investment. Indeed, in addition to offering a
clearly superior to any other form of investment performance, he
There is no risk.
Don't ever be fooled by this kind of appeal. In fact, don't invest
just never on the phone if a stranger calls
investing. You might put your money directly in the hands
of a fraudster.
The false message on the answering machine
You have a message on your voicemail.
Sylvie, it's Paul. I lost your old number and Johanne told me that
This is your new number, I hope it's good. -What are you you
remember the guy who helps me to invest? He had provided a good tip to
My father. The investment has doubled in less than a month and I
Remember that you were disappointed to not have been informed. Ok
I have a new hose for my friend.
The XYZ Company is about to launch a revolutionary product;
It will be announced later this week. It's time to buy
actions, the value will increase significantly soon. My
friend says to invest right now. I buy tomorrow and my father
also. I'm on the road today, call me on my cell to the
XXX-XXXX. See you again.
You do not know Paul, or Sylvie. In fact, we try to
manipulate you. If you remember, you will be offered to invest in the
(fraudulent) placement and you will lose your money. This message has
Maybe was left on thousands of mailboxes. This maneuver
is done also by e-mail, by text message or Internet, is called
mass marketing fraud.

10. Affinity groups

Fraudsters will associate with people who share the same
beliefs or interests in order to build credibility. They
will not hesitate to spread, first subtly, then more brightly,
their success and their wealth. They will create links with you and you
then propose "exceptional" investments In some
cases, they will ask you to not to publicise the case because it is a
golden opportunity they don't want to share with their friends. In the
made, the fraudster is the only one to take advantage of this golden opportunity!
If the person offering you investment is one of your friends, be
as critical as if it was a stranger. Even if he is a friend, check
If he is allowed to sell the investment it provides (see page 4).
A loved one wrote you on Facebook or another social network.
He explains that he is in a difficult situation and that there
immediately need your financial help. For example, it is
unjustly done stop traveling and he needs money to pay for
a fine otherwise he will be imprisoned in terrible conditions.
Be careful! Some scammers come to take the identity of a
knowledge to extort money. If a loved one seems to be
in a preposterous situation and it ask for the money.
ask questions that only that person can answer.
For example, the name of the spouse of a friend you have in common.
Above all, don't ask no gesture without checking his identity and have
spoke with relatives.

11. A loved one in distress

A loved one wrote you on Facebook or another social network.
He explains that he is in a difficult situation and that there
immediately need your financial help. For example, it is
unjustly done stop traveling and he needs money to pay for
a fine otherwise he will be imprisoned in terrible conditions.
Be careful! Some scammers come to take the identity of a
knowledge to extort money. If a loved one seems to be
in a preposterous situation and it ask for the money.
ask questions that only that person can answer.
For example, the name of the spouse of a friend you have in common.
Above all, don't ask no gesture without checking his identity and have
spoke with relatives.

12. Shares of mining companies

We offer to buy shares of a mine of gold, diamonds, or
all other ore. According to the proponent, a geologist is pronounced
on the quality and quantity of the mineral deposit and this is exceptional.
Fortunately, you said, few people are currently aware.
but it's going to be fast! In some cases, you will be told that a
new technology allows to extract the ore. In fact, the mine
contains little or no ore and action you buy don't
is not worth much. Of course, all the shares of mines are not
used for fraudulent purposes.
To limit the risk of fraud, make the following checks before
to invest:
• Is there a recent prospectus which confirms the words of sponsor?
• Is there a recent technical report that confirms the quality and the
amount of the deposit?
• The geologist or engineer of information concerning
the quality and the amount of the deposit is registered with an order
If the answer to any of these three questions is no, the solicitation by the
promoter is probably not legal and it is better not to invest.
Attention! Fraudsters often use some miners to
manipulate the value of the shares, for example using the scheme 4.
the promotion of sale of securities (pump and dump).

13. the share buyback

You have sustained heavy losses on investments: take
keep the scammers!
Some fraudsters take advantage of the fact that you have suffered losses on
your investments to make you an offer difficult to refuse: we
offers to buy your investments at a higher price than their
real value. For example, you paid $2 for each action.
Those shares are worth more than $0.06 today. You are offered
buy them back you for $1 action. Explain that some
people have interest to buy you your stock more expensive than their
value, because they then get the capital losses that will make them
Save a lot of tax. By accepting this offer, you will need to
However pay significant costs for the transfer. These fees
being paid, the fraudsters disappear with the money and 'forget '.
you redeem your shares.
Investors who trade on the Forex market are
usually a site Web for this purpose. They negotiate the
contracts committing them to exchange a certain amount of a
currency against another. For example, an investor could sign
a contract to sell Canadian dollars in Exchange for dollars
Americans. It makes a profit if the dollar increases in value
against the Canadian dollar. If he is wrong in his prediction,
He loses money.

14. Fraud on the currency – FOREX market

Be on your case to not lose your business! 27
Basically, there is nothing illegal about investing in the currency market.
However, you must follow certain rules to avoid making
costly mistakes:
• Follow the steps of this guide (doing business with
a licensed firm, do not expect high yields
without risk, have enough information, beware of
statements and questionable behaviors).
• Do not make gains tax-free.
• Check if this type of operation fits your profile
The currency market is complex and it fluctuates a lot. It is addressed
to investors who have sufficient knowledge and
time to keep track of. It's a market that can offer some
opportunities to get rich, but which may also cause losses
important. Beware of promises too good to be true
• Become a pro at FOREX in a few days!
• Take advantage of the free advice from our experts.
• You can not lose.
• Invest without risk!
• Enrich you effortlessly by staying at home!
• Use our foolproof software to make money!
Beware! In some cases, you will be offered training
free who forgot you greatly benefits of investing on the
in the currency market.
They can offer you transactions simulated with fictitious amounts
You may come out a winner.
In other cases, you will be able to practice to win
the amounts using the provided trading platform. Then
These tests, it can happen that the platform be rigged so that
you win often. It will inspire you to invest more, but
the reality could be very different when you invest with your
real money.

15. Fraud using binary options

Binary options are like a bet. You bet on the increase or the
decline in value of an asset within a very short and specific time, for example
ten minutes. At maturity, you win a sum determined in advance
or you lose all your bet.
For example, you anticipate that in the next ten minutes,
an action or a currency gain value. You buy then on
such a binary option on the rise for the sum of $100 in order to
take advantage of this possibility. At expiration, if the action or currency is to the
increase as you expected it, you will get back the amount invested.
$100, plus the sum determined in advance (for example, a premium
80% or $80). If you are wrong and the title loses value,
you will lose your $100. In the long term, this type of product looks like
Strangely at play casino: you will lose.
Some binary options trading Web sites invite you to
become a negotiator. They can offer you simulated with transactions
fictitious amounts you may come out a winner. They claim that
You cannot lose money, that it's safe and that they you
refund if you lose. The reality could be very different when
you invest with your real money. By reading the small print in
characters, you'll account that you might lose your bet.
Binary options trading Web sites are sometimes associated to the
fraudulent approaches, for example the handling of software for
generate losing trades… for the benefit of the fraudsters. Worse: even
in the unlikely case where you earn money, you may have
difficult to get your money. For more, to speculate on this product.
you will need to provide confidential information that could be used
the fraudster to steal your identity.
Be on your case to not lose your business! 29
Several websites of binary options trading are based abroad
and do not permit hold the authority of financial markets. Once
your money transferred in another country, your recourse to get it back in
problems are very limited. The Authority also maintains a list of the sites
who are not allowed to offer such products and investment services
in Quebec. This list is updated when new sites not
allowed are brought to its attention. Regularly check the section
Caveat on the Web site of the authority. This list is not exhaustive;
be sure to always check that the person or company with
that you are about to invest are duly authorized.
Investors who lose money on a website of transactions
binary options are sometimes contact afterwards. People
claim that they can help them get their fee or
opening file charges. It is usually a strategy that
known as the "double dipping" or "recovery room" that use the
scammers to defraud their victims again. Never give more
in an unsolicited offer that promises you to recover losses that you
have suffered as a result of fraud.

16. fraud on energy

In recent years, oil and natural gas prices have
fluctuated widely. Many scammers take the opportunity to promote
false oil and gas companies, or try to convince the
investors buying securities of wind, solar, or new
energy-efficient technologies.
Through an email or a phone call, they promise a
very high yields. To give legitimacy to the investment
They offer, some fraudsters declare that a company well
known has invested.
Beware! Scammers can have a website of appearance
Professional, brochures and reports of research paper
Iced. These documents can be falsified and carry on of
real drilling sites. To realize their misdeeds, the fraudsters
often use companies of little value (empty shells)
dealing with new technologies.
How to avoid this fraud?
Make checks on investments and ask for
questions before investing, risk and costs.
• Be aware that investment in resources is risky.
• Beware if you are told that a new form of energy has been
invented, especially if it seems too good to be true.
• Do not invest in an investment that you don't know.
• Beware of sales techniques to force you to
invest, for example the sale under pressure.
• Check that a recent prospectus confirms the words of the promoter.
• Seek advice from an authorized representative.
• Follow always the five steps of this guide before you invest!

17. the insurance fraud

We sell you insurance and you pay cash award
cash or by a cheque on behalf of the person who you
insurance offers. Instead of transmitting the sum to the insurer, this
No one collects the amount for personal profit, so that
you are not insured.
An insured, uninsured
Ding! Romane will open the door and after a few words of politeness.
smuggled Réjean, the representative of XYZ Inc. insurance company. He
evaluates the insurance needs of Romanesque and sells him finally one
insurance at a very competitive price. That his insurance enter into
force, Romane must write a check for $500 to the order of Réjean
because it is he who takes his commission and transfer electronically
the difference to the insurer. Romane will be so provided the same day.
A few months later, Romane puts order in his papers and
wondered why she did not receive a confirmation of insurance.
She tries to call Réjean, but the phone number that he he
had given is that of a pizzeria in a nearby town. She calls
so the insurance company XYZ inc. She learns that Réjean does not work
for this company! In fact, he works for no insurer: he works
for himself.
"Réjean", which name probably isn't really Réjean, is
a fraudster. He sold false assurances and pocketing premiums
paid by customers. It also sells insurance life, auto,.
housing, and even investments. Romane lost her $500.
Is a lot about this type of fraud. The victim is
often loses the amount of the premium, be money much
less important than in some fraud on investments.
But what would happen if the victim had a "covered" loss by the
false assurance? The loss could be very important!

To avoid this fraud:
• Check that the person offering you insurance is allowed
you sell. To do this, call the AMF
financial 1 877 525 – 0337. You can also view
the registry of companies and individuals authorized to exercise,
available at the
• Call the insurer to confirm that your insurance is in
• Pay your premium through a payment on behalf of the company
admitted to the authority of financial markets. It can be a
insurance or an insurance firm. Do not check
on behalf of the person offering you insurance.

18. investments in companies producing marijuana for medical purposes

As a result of the new regulations made by the Government of the Canada
April 1, 2014, several companies announced their intention to be
throw in the cultivation and sale of marijuana for medical purposes.
In many cases, merely to announce an intention to
focus on this type of activity is immediately increase
the course of action of the company. Yet, to exercise
legally this type of activity, a company must be licensed
Health Canada and the time and costs required to obtain
may be important.
There is no guarantee that a company announcing its intention
to enter the sector of marijuana
medical will manage to obtain a license
or to create value for shareholders.

Other frauds who are not in the guides

Iphone to €1

The scammers think you're going to click on the links. Either you go do you subscribe to a service paying without asking anything, and through your operator or you go to a site x is you are going to have an auction site reversed with a robot that will raise and you can never win.

1st case: must call its operator to block sms + and other premium rate services (called home-value point of view).

2nd case: nothing close the page

3rd case, prove that the site has a robot requires a survey, site abroad you can't do anything if the Directorate of enforcement of fraud can do something for you.

Be on the lookout

Watch came the pub, the articles said sponsored and advertising are not good signs.

Call directly at the service after sale to verify the quality of the site, it must be free.
See if you can really leave a comment, often it is impossible, are not real comments but images… A tip for you to believe that.


They are often pubs offering you an iphone at €1.
Be careful
No commitments in the context of sale under pressure with some over soon…
Never take a decision without do a search on the offer in question and ask for objective advice.
Research on opportunities of business that interest you. Find where are located companies, complaints and reviews on independent forums…
Posez‑vous issues
If it's too good to be true, is it possible?

Reversed auctions

Auction reversed with a robot beat, you can never win.

Be on the lookout

Watch came the pub, the articles said sponsored and advertising are not good signs.

Call directly at the service after sale to verify the quality of the site, it must be free.


Many pubs you porposant an iphone 5 or €6, but how many times have you lose to win? 100? A business must make a profit somewhere.
Be careful
No commitments in the context of sale under pressure with some over soon…
Never take a decision without do a search on the offer in question and ask for objective advice.
Research on opportunities of business that interest you. Find where are located companies, complaints and reviews on independent forums…
Posez‑vous issues
If it's too good to be true, is it possible?

(Non-exhaustive) list

  • 155ProfitAds
  • Adbrook
  • adbulks
  • AdMediaProfits
  • adnearn
  • adpacks
  • adpaying
  • adrevz
  • adsmoneyclub
  • adsurfers
  • advertiseforever
  • adzlisting
  • atm2you
  • beonpush
  • boomdirect
  • clickadpays
  • clixmore
  • club9xads
  • (sponsorship beonpush)
  • CycleRevShare
  • dailyadpays
  • daypaid
  • digital revenue blizzard
  • dropship2cash
  • earning traffic
  • ebpaidrev
  • fastrevshare
  • futureadshare
  • (profit 2profit 25 scam scam ponzi Cavalry ponzi pyramid win his point money fr5 + no address and contact section so that it is mandatory in france)
  • getting2rich
  • GlobalAdXpress
  • global traffic ads
  • globliz biz
  • hourly ad advantage
  • HQRevshare
  • invalset
  • kinztraffic
  • (site sponsoring scams)
  • Legend clicks
  • (site sponsoring scams)
  • madvertisingpro
  • manhatan traffic
  • (site sponsoring scams) with bertrand-masumi two crooks who sponsor widely (they are in Thailand).
  • miracle traffic ads
  • money perfectcs
  • myactiveshares
  • myadpower
  • ourpayingads
  • pack2share
  • paidcliq
  • pass10
  • paynaw
  • (sponsorship for scams like amazing 5)
  • peopleadchoice
  • prohitzone
  • proshareextreme
  • ptcnz maxed
  • quarterpaid
  • reussirsonmarketingdereseau (boasts bonofa, meoclic, sponsors profit25 yet in 2016)
  • revadbrokers
  • RevAdburst
  • revpayingads
  • revsha
  • revshareclicking
  • revsharemax
  • revsharingclub
  • revtrafficverts
  • Rio ad share
  • Rising Clicks
  • rockingearnings
  • spikerev
  • starbiznes
  • startrevshare
  • thebighybrid
  • thisadpays
  • tokiads
  • traffic2dollar
  • Traffic hits back
  • trafficmoonsoon
  • trafficux
  • train4gain
  • travaillerpour –
  • ultimate revenue share
  • ultrarevshare
  • valid returned
  • life – (sponsorship of the scams)
  • Winbesurf
  • wisesolutionadz


Binary options

Les options binaires : un attrape nigaud dans 99% des cas

The black list of sites not authorized to propose binary options (AMF)

(last updated on June 16, 2016)
www.globaltrader365.NET *.

The black list of sites not authorized to offer Forex (AMF)

(last updated on May 27, 2016) / Forex Place Limited / Activmarkets / Marketrade Ltd. / Bancde Options / Marketing Accounting Ltd / Ltd. Global Gateway / Bclays Markets / BFOREX Limited / Sisma Capital Limited / Market City Inter. SRL / SFBC International Ltd. / City Bank CFD / Colbert Capital / Trading Technologies Ltd / HVAC Ltd. / Elysées Capital / Equity Capitals Ltd. / Expert Dan investment Ltd. / Eurobond Ltd. / Euromax Finance Limited / JBC – PRO Limited Broker International / Evolution Market Group Inc. / Finch Markets / Forextrada / Forex Tradition / G.M.E. Ltd. / AXA Assets Ltd. Market Limited / Surplus Finance SA / Fxcmanagement / Consomatrade Ltd. / Genus Group Ltd. / Sep Global Limited / Gainsy Forex broker Company / GCI Financial Limited / GFS Securities Ltd / Globus Capital Associates Limited / Agles Limited / Haussman Invest / Axa Assets Limited / IPA Ltd. / IBC Capital Ltd. / International Capital Markets PTY Ltd / iTrade Captal Markets Ltd / The Oklycapital Limited / Investment House International / IP International service / Nordane Group Ltd. / InstaForex Companies Group / IB International Ltd. / ICM WORLDWIDE Ltd / Investocopy Ltd. / Certatus Limited / Investment Formula Corporation / International Network FX Traders / Ixitrade / JBC Pro Limited / MT Capital Partners / Globstate Assets Holdings Ltd. / Original Markets Ltd / Meta Trada / Morgan & Hilt / Motion Forex Ltd. / Mutual Broker / Nakitrade / Centaurus Capital Partners Ltd. / Neto Trade Global Investment / Financial Strategy Holdings / Landkey Enterprises Inc. / Oxford Markets / B.D.E.S. Group Ltd. / Bio Stars Advisors Inc. / Solution Capital Limited / strategy Solution Ltd. / Sunbird Trading limited / T Markets / Sisma Capital Limited / Investment House Limited / Trader Place / Trading Technologies Limited
www.trader / IP International Service – AJ Browder / triumph Capital / UBT Forex Ltd. / Valtechfx Global Solutions Ltd. / Globstate Assets Holdings Limited / Youtrade Capital Market Pty / RGV Media Ltd.



other scams

false information, false records

The professional directory Orléans, France €198 None
EPA professional register of enterprises Paris, France €289,54
Trade and industry – business register Valencia, Spain €997 Liverpool, England €400
GAIA Almanac Budapest, Hungary €1 350
Transplant KBIS Liverpool, England
Info-kbis Paris, France €234
Info service Pace, France €99 None
Info-siren Paris, France €198
Info-siret Paris, France €198
IPT-register Brno, Czech Republic €1944,50 (attention! dangerous site)
IPTS brands Lexy, Meurthe-et-Moselle €870 (attention! dangerous site)
Legal newspaper Neuilly-sur-Seine, France €336
Companies kbis Nîmes, France €298,71
Kbis newsletters Nîmes, France €298,49
Kbis-Info Montpellier, France €298,49
kbis company Paris, France €358 https://www.kbis-Societe.EU/
European companies register Commercial Madrid, Spain €993
Census of companies and the self-employed Paris, France €348
Register of patent and trademark ODM Bratislava, Slovakia €557 None
Register of companies files Neuilly-sur-Seine, France €416,26 None
Registry INSEE Paris, France €349
Internet French registry Hamburg, Germany €958
Register Siret undertakings Paris, France €211 or €169
Intra-Community VAT register Brussels, Belgium €264 None
Serenis Paris, France €1 994 None
Service siren Pace, France €99 None
Invoicing Service Choisy-le-Roi, France €228 None
TM Publisher GMBH Vienna, Austria €966 Liverpool, England €400
WIPP – World Intellectual Property Publisher Dania Beach, Florida, USA €1,995 (scam iphone €1)



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